Tarkoradi ‘Silicon pregnancy’ woman case adjourned to November 11

Crime & Punishment Tarkoradi ‘Silicon pregnancy’ woman case adjourned to November 11
OCT 14, 2021 LISTEN

The Takoradi Habour Circuit Court A presided over by His Honour Michael Cudjoe Ampad, has today Thursday, October 14 adjourned to November 11, the case involving a 28-year-old woman, Josephine Panyin Mensah, who faked her pregnancy and kidnapping.

Mr Philip Buckman, the lawyer for the accused person, told journalists that the case management could not proceed because the prosecutor could not furnish his side and the court with the necessary documents.

“The law is that they have to disclose everything they intend to use for prosecution, including their witnesses, witness statements, and their evidence”, Mr said.

The accused person is on bail.

She has been charged with deceiving public officers contrary to section 251 (B) of the Criminal Offences Act and publication of false news with intent to cause fear and panic contrary to section 208 (1) of the Criminal Offences Act.


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